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Claude Moore Colonial Farm Steps Back in Timei
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November 28, 2013 7:42 PM
On the outskirts of Washington, there's a place where it seems time has stopped. Claude Moore Colonial Farm is a U.S. national park in McLean, Virginia, which recreates and reenacts life on a tenant farm around the year 1771. The vast majority of Virginians at that time were tenant farmers, who grew tobacco to pay their rent and buy food. VOA’s Madeeha Anwar spent a day on the farm to learn more about American life at the end of the 18th century.

Claude Moore Colonial Farm Steps Back in Time

Published November 28, 2013

On the outskirts of Washington, there's a place where it seems time has stopped. Claude Moore Colonial Farm is a U.S. national park in McLean, Virginia, which recreates and reenacts life on a tenant farm around the year 1771. The vast majority of Virginians at that time were tenant farmers, who grew tobacco to pay their rent and buy food. VOA’s Madeeha Anwar spent a day on the farm to learn more about American life at the end of the 18th century.


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